Packing for your flying safari in Uganda

Posted by on April 9, 2016

Keep it light and in a Duffle-Bag while on a Flying Safari in Uganda

Packing for your flying safari in Uganda -30 pounds is the limit for a Flying Safari

Packing for your flying safari in Uganda – Flying Safaris mean saving time over a road trip but it also means what you carry on a plane is less than you would in a vehicle – the limit on most flying safaris is 15 kilo and that includes your carry-on items such as cameras, binoculars.  Your Kabiza Wilderness Safaris Guide will however meet you in the vehicle with your additional luggage in most cases.

Packing for your flying safari in Uganda – Start out with the right soft-bag, duffle-bag – sturdy, rugged, keep away from blue or black bags – they show the  African dust rather quickly – on a flying safari you should not use a hard suitcase with wheels – a sturdy, quality duffle-bag is just right since it will be squished and squashed into the plane hold- take your sensitive equipment like cameras on board to your seat.

Since it is best to keep it light in the suitcase, wear the heaviest of clothing including light-weight boots,  (especially if you are gorilla tracking volcano climbing), rain-jacket, hat.

Flying safaris are about comfort and speed of travel but take a bit more planning as to what to bring along on the flight.  Extra luggage can be stored by Kabiza Wilderness Safaris or it will be brought along in the vehicle in most cases and you will be met with it at arrival.  On some flying safaris that will not be possible.

Enjoy your time in the Pearl of Africa…

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Packing for your flying safari in Uganda -If you have any questions – please contact us.